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Wharton Esherick’s Music Room from the Curtis Bok House, Gulph Mills, Pennsylvania, 1935–1938

This article considers the dismantling of architectural woodwork, conservation issues, and preparation for the installation of the music room from the Curtis Bok House in the upcoming expansion of the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s American Art galleries. In addition, insights on Wharton Esherick as both an artist and craftsman that were revealed in the process of the dismantling are addressed.